Born in Massachusetts to a family of merchants and seamen, Clapp traveled to Paris to translate the socialist writing
Figaro writes to "Mr. Editor" about his enjoyment of watching actors who bring their personalities to their theatrical interpretations, specifically Edwin Booth as Hamlet and Matilda Heron as Camille. Figaro also reviews a recent production of David Copperfield.
Booth's Hamlet is discussed and the different nuances he brings to the role nightly (4).
Figaro discusses his inability to "tire" of Heron's Camille because of her personal interpretation of the role (4).
Figaro addresses Mr. Editor's inability to produce a new edition of the Saturday Press every week (4).
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